Chiropractic adjustment for temporary repair?

The chiropractic profession is filled with a variety of doctors who seek long-term healthy answers by removing subluxations. The philosophy of the National Institute of Chiropractic is theoretically reasonable, but lacks clinical protocols to support it. Subluxation is a so-called bone irrational theory that is outdated and impractical. A single bone or segment of the spine does not dislocate without a ligament tear, a rare condition caused by significant trauma or genetic connective tissue disease. Most spine subluxation, a word that should be redefined or eliminated, means that there is an inappropriate bone. In fact, every radiology report I get from a radiologist says "no subluxation." However, you go to the masseur, he or she said; "Yes, it is your C5, T7 and L4, they are not suitable, you need to adjust back to the original position" and then you accept the adjustment "Crack, Click, Drop", you go All the settings are returned to the place. Correct? error.

I have been practicing for more than 10 years, and about 60% of the patients I have examined have previously undergone chiropractic adjustments. How many menstrual cycles are normal in these patients, and the X-ray films are healthyly aligned? No. why? Because the chiropractic adjustment does not correct the wrong alignment. If we look at the study of spine biomechanics, we will find that the spine and lower limbs are connected together, and your body is misplaced globally, which is why radiologists don't pick it up. In addition, there must be an origin or major event to initiate this chain reaction. After the main event occurs, the spine and limbs are compensated, resulting in a global posture distortion. Therefore, when you appear in a chiropractor's office, he or she will use segmentation analysis to find hotspots [semi-dislocations] and adjust those segments to temporarily change the natural compensation mechanism created by the startup event. In English, this means that you can temporarily change your pattern, usually about 80% of the time will produce a good feeling or health. Once the initiating event is so fresh, an adjustment actually corrects the global alignment, which is very rare but less than 1% of the time.

So what is the adjustment? Spinal adjustment or sudden application of force to the spinal segment causes the joint movement to slightly exceed the physiological barrier of passive motion. what! It unlocks the restricted joints of the spine or limbs. Because it releases a restricted joint, it has a temporary relaxing effect on the muscles that move a particular joint. This results in a temporary increase in the range of motion, which reduces pain and reduces muscle tension through the thalamic [brain part] system. Oh, by the way, these are good things! The problem is not adjustment. The problem is that your posture mechanism will cause you to return to the pre-adjusted position within a few hours of treatment. So in fact you will feel good for a while, but your initial events have not been corrected, so bad alignment recovery, tension, stiffness and pain are also true. The nervous system is also unhealthy for uncorrected posture distortion. Soon after the adjustment, your body will return to its unhealthy position.

So is the individual movement or stretching combined with the adjustment? Close but no cigar. Active exercise is good for a body with good alignment and proper mechanics, but not good for people with poor alignment/posture and poor body mechanics. Active exercises such as core reinforcement and isometric measurements do not affect the slow twitching muscles that control posture. Stretching feels great but temporary. In addition, if you stretch a muscle that is shortened by the brain to help stabilize the spine, it can cause more problems. You can now see simplifying a very complex system to include adjustments and exercises just won't cut it. This may explain why 80% of our population still suffer from back and neck pain, but chiropractic therapy has been around for more than 100 years, and who knows how long it takes for back problems to exercise.

Most chronically ill patients have poor posture adjustments. If not corrected, this poor alignment can stress some joints, eventually leading to pain and even arthritis. Poor alignment leads to overwork of certain muscles due to lack of muscle flow [muscle pain] through excessive blood flow to the muscles. This reduction in blood flow leads to the accumulation of excessive metabolic waste in the muscle and may result in permanent fibrosis, commonly referred to as fibromyalgia. These babies become hard and sensitive! Another poorly aligned component that is often overlooked is the ligament. The ligaments connect the bones to create stability and are non-contracted tissue, which means they can't return to health. Ligaments are also the main reason why you can't change alignment through exercise and spinal correction. This must explain why 95% of chiropractors do not receive X-rays and they know that the digital alignment on X-rays will not be corrected.

It is published in many well-known spine journals, anatomy textbooks and other related spine health literature, and your spine and posture are measurably healthy and normal. The best and most reliable way to check the health of the human spine is to use X-ray and posture analysis [Ventura's posture analysis software is very accurate]. Now, if I can measure your poor alignment by X-ray and posture analysis, is it meaningful to take X-rays and post-analysis after treatment to see if I have completed my work?

The good news is that through many research and new technologies, we have found a good, consistent way to correct bad alignment. Spinal adjustment combined with reactivated muscle training and sustained ligament traction is very effective for long-term correction. In addition, traction chiropractic adjustments have been shown to destabilize adhesions in chronically constrained joints far beyond the traditional compression adjustments of the Chiropractic Institute, including instrument and drop table adjustments. It makes sense to start muscle training again, because your post is purely adapted to the environment you are in. For example, if you stumble on your desk and stare at the computer all day, your body will be completely in front of your trip. If you always carry items with your right hand, the natural compensation for this would be excessive use of the left spine muscles to help stabilize the added weight on the right side of the body. Reactive muscle training uses the principle of compensation. If you have a correct dominant posture [you lean right when you stand straight] with a post-analysis measurement, I will increase the weight on your right side, causing the automatic brain control activation of the contralateral muscles to cause your body to naturally pose its posture. Move to the rest. Bingo, we started to get somewhere. In addition to adding weight, I will also let you stand on a vibration platform with a specific frequency and amplitude, so that the posture muscle activity will increase by about 30 times the static level. This speeds up the learning process so you don't have to complete the study in 5 years. Only shortening the ligament needs to be elongated. This is done by pressure [stretching] over time. The ligament usually reacts after a pressure of about 15 minutes. This unwinding process is called "ligament creep." Unfortunately, doctors need specialized equipment to get the correct shortening of the ligaments, especially those that affect the rotational misalignment measured with AP or frontal X-rays.

There are many schools of thought in the specialty of chiropractic. As a practicing chiropractor in my 11 years, I have heard and seen many chiropractic therapies. Most of these ideas focus on adjustment, while others perform soft tissue rehabilitation through exercise, stretching, cold laser, muscle stimulation, active release, and countless other ways. Consistent undeniable facts still exist: the spinal arrangement is controlled by complex systems, including slow-twisting posture muscles and ligaments. Without proper training and equipment, these two areas will continue to be ignored, so the world of chronic back problems will continue to exist.

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